You are NOT alone
The first step on a new path is asking a question... the result is often freezing in fear. But know this: You are NOT alone.
The first step when we begin to unplug from some aspect of mainstream culture always begins with a question. For some reason, something that we long accepted at "Truth" with a capital T, or just thought was "the way things are" comes into question. We begin to realize: Maybe we were wrong?
What follows is intense. In essence, some part of our world is flipped upside down. And in that act of reversal it seems that everyone else in our world falls away, leaving us alone. It is a very fear-inducing experience.
We all have very real needs for love and acceptance which means being able to be ourselves and talk about our thoughts, feelings, ideas and questions. But unplugging usually comes with the unsettling realization that the questions and thoughts we are having aren't welcomed by most people in our lives.
In the past 2 years, more and more people have started asking questions about vaccines. Many people were coerced into getting vaccinated with threats of losing jobs, not being able to attend school or being denied medical treatment. Added to these life-changing punishments was the ever-present and real social threat of being shamed and ostracized by society at large and our personal circles specifically. The division in our society is deep.
I used to believe that Medical Freedom Advocates were a small "minority" of our population. But I don't believe that anymore. It's not only the huge number of people that have woken up these past 2 years that has caused me to shift my belief. No, I now see clearly that propaganda has brainwashed us into believing we are small in number for decades - maybe even centuries. It is part of the lie and the myth that we are a small, ignorant minority.
This problem of misperception is rooted in our training - in our shame of Questioning. We learn in school to avoid looking "dumb" at all costs. No one wants to ask a "stupid question"; no one wants to appear ignorant. Not only that, we are trained to believe that there are "right answers" and that people in authority are the keepers of this sacred knowledge, like treasure in a locked box only doled out to the rest of us at the appropriate time. This system trains us to be quiet when we have questions.
And because of our silence, we believe we are alone.
But we are NOT. There are so many of us! Remember: We are MANY and we are STRONG!
What do you think - how many people know that Medical Freedom is a human right?
Hit reply and let me know your thoughts.
I'm so honored to be on this path to peace with you all.
Be Bold, Be Brave, Be You!
Because who else is there to be?
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